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Teaching and training in lifelong learning

Teaching and training in lifelong learning

Armitage, Andy

"Like good teacher education itself, this book is a carefully crafted mix of theory and practice. It is vital for all those entering this complex sector to understand its history, some of the key philosophies and concepts that have driven research, policy and practice in this area and to be introduced to the ideas of a range of current and past thinkers. At the same time, trainee teachers need to feel they are being given the tools to approach the classroom with confidence. This book provides both. One of its major strengths is the regular opportunities it offers the reader to pause and reflect - surely one of the most important activities for teachers at whatever stage of their career. 'Teaching and Training in Lifelong Learning' has been brought fully up to date and will provide an invaluable resource for those wanting to work in the lifelong learning sector." Professor Ann Hodgson, Co-Director, Centre for Post-14 Research and Innovation, Institute of Education, University of London "In the fourth edition of this respected text Armitage et al have once again provided the sector with a resource which combines academic analysis, theoretical critique and sound practical advice on matters to do with education and teaching. Completely up to date with the rapidly changing components of education, the book contains chapters advising on the use of new technologies and on the design of learning resources. Elements of sound practical advice are successfully combined with an extensive critique of the new market economies impacting on the structural organisation of the education system today. The resultant book is both useful and thought provoking." Dr Liz Keeley-Browne, Oxford Brookes University The fourth edition of this bestselling book examines the breadth of lifelong learning from Adult and Further Education through to training in private and public industry and commerce. Revised and updated throughout to include recent initiatives and developments in the field, it is the definitive textbook on learning, teaching, resources, course planning and assessment in all areas of post-compulsory education and training. The authors examine key areas in lifelong learning through topical discussion, practical exercises, theory, reading, analysis, information, and examples of student work. Popular features of the previous edition such as the chronology of post-compulsory education have been retained and fully updated. New features include: Coverage of the new framework for teacher training, including the new Lifelong Learning UK professional standards, CPD provision, mentoring and subject coaching A re-evaluation of 14-19 developments including the creation of an English Baccalaureate (EBac) Developments in information and learning technology, particularly electronic teaching and learning resources Added coverage of personalization An expanded section on planning for equality and diversity Further information on embedding of language and literacyThis text is essential reading for teachers and students training to teach in post-compulsory education

eBook, Paperback, Electronic resource, Book. English.
4th ed.
Published Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2012
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Andy Armitage
ISBN: 0335246281, 033524629X, 9780335246281, 9780335246298
Physical Description: xiv, 337 p.

Contents

  1. Working in lifelong learning
  2. The Lifelong Learning Professional: learning and developing
  3. Student learning in lifelong learning
  4. Teaching and the management of learning
  5. Resources for teaching and learning
  6. Assessment
  7. Exploring the curriculum
  8. Course design, development and evaluation
  9. Developments in lifelong learning

Author note

Andy Armitage is Head of the Department of Post-Compulsory Education, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

Jane Evershed is Senior Lecturer in Post-Compulsory Education at Canterbury Christchurch University, UK.

Dennis Hayes is Professor of Education at the University of Derby and a visiting professor at Oxford Brookes University, UK.

Alan Hudson is Director, Leadership Programme for China, University of Oxford, UK.

Janis Kent is Curriculum Manager for Professional Studies and Learning Resources, Orpington College, UK.

Shirley Lawes is Subject Leader, Modern Foreign Languages at the University of London, Institute of Education, UK.

Sabrina Poma is Senior Lecturer in Post-Compulsory Education at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

Mandy Renwick is Principal Lecturer and Head of Department for Professional Development at Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK.